I've been noticing on a lot of PS3 hacking sites about attempting to stealth backup manager, FTP manager, and other homebrew into looking like other PS1 or PS2 games booting up on the system. Apparently whenever we boot any of these applications -- it logs it on the PS3 system as "pushlist" files that can be deleted from the system with level 2 access. The idea is that (hopefully) when we all get back on PSN... Sony will see the logs and ban us all.
Is there even a point though? It would be too tedious for us to hex edit every new homebrew app into looking like a PS1 or PS2 game. Also, we still can't go online with 3.41. What do you guys recommend? Stick with the original backup manager, FTP, apps... or hex edit and attempt to go stealth every time before the homebrew authors implement it themselves?
Here's what I'm referring to: